Paraguay and Brazil destroy 836 tons of marijuana

The joint operation of Paraguay's National Anti-Drug Secretariat and the Brazilian Federal Police culminated last Sunday with the destruction of numerous marijuana plantations and the dismantling of 103 drug camps in the border department of Amambay.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Eight hundred thirty-six tons of marijuana were destroyed in an operation between Paraguay and Brazil. A blow to transnational drug trafficking worth more than US$25 million.

The joint operation of Paraguay's National Anti-Drug Secretariat and the Brazilian Federal Police culminated last Sunday with the destruction of numerous marijuana plantations and the dismantling of 103 drug camps in the border department of Amambay.

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